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I was told this is a nasty prison and needs major repairs
there inmate they dont need to have what we work for everyday and they get for free for breaking the law
Many inmates live in cells the size of a small closet 23 hours of every day. Health conditions for many inmates are deplorable. Inmates face harsh retribution for minor infractions. Without any doubt, it is not a free ride!
I do not know how it is, but when I was there in 1968 it was horrible. Dogs were everywhere. Get out of line and they put the dog on you. We worked the farm back then. Guards were on horses riding herd on us as we worked–with our hands–and I saw one man run and a guard shot his arm off. Literally. They sent him up to Central Prison’s hospital for a while, then they sent back with only one arm. The “hole” was a real thing. They fed us three times a day, but it was just 3 oz. of boiled cow liver. By the time that 30 days came around, we had learned to like that stuff. Oh, and that after a judge said we could not be required to eat “Monotonous Diet” which we called “dog food”–the awfulest crap anyone could imagine. If you got sick, the so- called nurse gave you a salt pill and made you go to work anyway. When I got cut, he sewed me up without anesthetic. Gays and rape victims had to sleep in cages 3 ft. x 3 ft. x 6 ft. We beat snitches and put them at the door for the guards to take away; they knew that the next step would be the big M. I had to endure that for quite a while. Odom and Caledonia both were the last stop, and it was no fun.
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